EUROSPEAK, also Eurolish, Minglish. Generally pejorative or facetious terms for kinds of English used in Continental Europe and especially the European Union: ‘And as more and more magazines and newspapers view Europe as home territory, neologisms and borrowed words will undoubtedly emerge—as long as newspapers and magazines don't resort to bland Eurospeak’ (Journalist's Week, 22 June 1990). See -SPEAK.
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